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    • Braun, Johanna (2020)
      "We seem to be living in hysterical times. A simple Google search reveals the sheer bottomless well of “hysterical” discussions on diverse topics such as the #metoo movement, Trumpianism, border wars, Brexit, transgender ...
    • Brems, Elke; Beyen, Marnix; Bazan, Ariane; Luminet, Olivier; Rosoux, Valerie (2020)
      "What events, places and figures linger in the memory of eighteen prominent Belgians when they think of their country? French-speaking and Dutch-speaking academics sought an answer to this question for several years. They ...
    • Gentile, Paola; Ross, Dolores (2020)
      Crossing borders is a perilous undertaking, as this time of migrations and pandemics teaches us. Also for language-related cultural goods such as literary works, crossing those borders requires a lot of planning, strategic ...
    • Howard-Wagner, Deirdre (2021)
      "Indigenous Invisibility in the City contextualises the significant social change in Indigenous life circumstances and resurgence that came out of social movements in cities. It is about Indigenous resurgence and community ...
    • Faulkner, Sally (2016)
      "Middlebrow Cinema challenges an often uninterrogated hostility to middlebrow culture that frequently dismisses it as conservative, which it often is not, and feminized or middle-class, which it often is. The volume defines ...
    • Strasser, Ulrike (2020)
      How did gender shape the expanding Jesuit enterprise in the early modern world? What did it take to become a missionary man? And how did missionary masculinity align itself with the European colonial project? This book ...
    • Wuttke, Eveline; Seifried, Jürgen; Niegemann, Helmut M. (2020)
      The increasing digitization of the world of work is associated with accelerated structural changes. These are connected with changed qualification profiles and thus new challenges for vocational education and training ...
    • Gellers, Joshua (2021)
      "Bringing a unique perspective to the burgeoning ethical and legal issues surrounding the presence of artificial intelligence in our daily lives, the book uses theory and practice on animal rights and the rights of nature ...
    • Berger, Mathieu; Boussauw, Kobe; Corijn, Eric; Creten, Alexis; da Schio, Nicola; Decroly, Jean-Michel; De Visscher, Jean-Philippe; Donnen, Alexandre; Fenton, Gabrielle; Genard, Jean-Louis; Hardy, Margaux; Houlstan-Hasaerts, Rafaella; HUBERT, Michel; Jaumain, Serge; Keserü, Imre; Laki, Giulietta; Ledent, Gérald; Letesson, Quentin; Mezoued, Aniss M.; Neuwels, Julie; Perilleux, Hugo; Rosa, Elisabetta; Salembier, Chloé; Strale, Mathieu; Vaesen, Joost; Vanderstraeten, Pierre; Vanin, Fabio; Vermeulen, Sofie; Wayens, Benjamin; Vermeulen, Sofie; Mezoued, Aniss M.; De Visscher, Jean-Philippe (2020)
      Between 2015 and 2020, the city centre of Brussels witnessed the creation of its first major pedestrian zone, one of the largest urban projects in recent decades. Has the Brussels city centre finally done away with the car ...
    • Carmody, Pádraig; McCann, Gerard; Colleran, Clodagh; O’Halloran, Ciara (2020)
      "Available Open Access under CC-BY-NC-ND licence. Bringing together a range of experts across various sectors, this important volume explores some of the key issues that have arisen in the Global South with the COVID-19 ...
    • Pálsson, Gísli (2020)
      "Can one have something in common with a lava field? Can one identify with a mountain, or connect with a contemporary event in the history of the earth, in the way that some people feel connected together by birthday, ...
    • Maclean, Mairi; Harvey, Charles; Suddaby, Roy; Clegg, Stewart (2021)
      We are now entering a new phase in the establishment of historical organization studies as a distinctive methodological paradigm within the broad field of organization studies. This book serves both as a landmark in the ...
    • Maclean, Mairi; Clegg, Stewart; Suddaby, Roy; Harvey, Charles (2021)
      We are now entering a new phase in the establishment of historical organization studies as a distinctive methodological paradigm within the broad field of organization studies. This book serves both as a landmark in the ...
    • Turner, Joe (2020)
      Bordering intimacy is a study of how borders and dominant forms of intimacy, such as family, are central to the governance of postcolonial states such as Britain. The book explores the connected history between contemporary ...
    • Ramírez Gröbli, María del Pilar (2020)
      "This book presents a novel analysis of land conflicts arising from large-scale oil palm plantations in Colombia. The study reveals the powerful political dimension of music in the context of the country's transition The ...
    • Broks, Peter; Gascoigne, Toss; Leach, Joan; Lewenstein, Bruce V.; Massarani, Luisa; Riedlinger, Michelle; Schiele, Bernard (2020)
      Modern science communication has emerged in the twentieth century as a field of study, a body of practice and a profession—and it is a practice with deep historical roots. We have seen the birth of interactive science ...
    • Rademaker, Laura; Rowse, Tim (2020)
      Histories of the colonisation of Australia have recognised distinct periods or eras in the colonial relationship: 'protection' and ‘assimilation’. It is widely understood that, in 1973, the Whitlam Government initiated a ...
    • Brockwell, Sally; Mcwilliam, Andrew; O'Connor, Sue (2020)
      This volume presents ground-breaking research on fortified sites in three parts of Wallacea by a highly regarded group of scholars from Australia, Europe, Southeast Asia and the United States. In addition to surveying and ...
    • Chynoweth, Adele (2020)
      Goodna Girls tells the story of children incarcerated in Wolston Park Hospital, an adult psychiatric facility in Queensland, Australia. It contains the personal testimonies of women who relate—in their own no-holds-barred ...
    • Raess, Lorenz (2020)
      Although international arbitration is widely hailed as an efficient, confidential and flexible way of settling commercial disputes, it has its limits. The arbitral tribunal’s lack of coercive power is thrown into particularly ...